This literature review, conducted by USAID, aims to establish a deeper understanding of how accelerated education programs (AEPs) are currently implemented and whether and how programs measure success. The intention is that this insight can inform discussions on determining the effectiveness of AEPs.

Children in Crisis' emergency education project for children in Afghanistan is one of the programmes featured within the review.

Please read the review using the eReader below, which also provides the option of downloading a PDF. Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any difficulty viewing the report or if you have any other questions.


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